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A compendium of anatomy, in which all the parts of the human body are succinctly and clearly described; and their uses explained (1752)



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Author: Heister, Lorenz, 1683-1758; Henault, M
Subject: Medicine, Medieval; Anatomy; History of Medicine, 15 Cent; History of Medicine, 16th Cent; History of Medicine, 17th Cent; History of Medicine, 18th Cent
Publisher: London, W. Innys and J. Richardson [etc.]
Language: English
Call number: 4062841
Digitizing sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons
Book contributor: Columbia University Libraries
Collection: medicalheritagelibrary; ColumbiaUniversityLibraries; americana

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